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    UL Volleyball Cajuns Take Heart-Stopping Thriller From MT

    LAFAYETTE - Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns volleyball team continued its home assault on the Sun Belt Conference here Friday at Earl K. Long Gym in a 3-0 (30-12, 32-30, 30-28) sweep of the Middle Tennessee Lady Raiders here at E.K. Long Gym.

    The win was the sixth in straight sets this season at home for the Cajuns (15-12, 9-4 Sun Belt) over SBC foes and UL remained undefeated at Long Gym this season. It was the Cajuns sixth straight win overall and ninth in the last 10 matches since a 0-3 start in SBC play.

    Senior middle blocker Clarice Laires paced the Cajuns offense with 14 kills and a .500 attack percentage (three errors, 22 attacks). Fellow senior Priscilla Lima led the Cajuns defensive charge with a team-best 12 digs.

    KeKe Deckard led the MT offensive unit with nine kills and posted a team-high eight digs. The Lady Raiders attacked at a .239 clip, becoming the first team to post a higher hitting percentage than the Cajuns at Long Gym this season (UL Lafayette hit .231).

    In what was a tightly contested match after game one statistics-wise, UL Lafayette took advantage of 10 services aces with six from sophomore outside hitter Stacey Cole in pivotal points of both games two and three to squeak by the Lady Raiders (16-14, 7-7). MT was their own worst enemy, committing 12 service errors, including some at critical serves in game three.

    Louisiana raced out the gates in game one. The Ragin' Cajuns broke open a close 9-7 game with six straight points off the serve of Cole, which included two aces, giving UL Lafayette a 15-7 lead. Runs of 7-3 and 8-2 followed, which helped the Cajuns dispose of the Lady Raiders and take a 1-0 lead in the match.

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    UL Volleyball Cajun volleyball rolls to win over Middle Tennessee

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    LAFAYETTE - Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns volleyball team continued its home assault on the Sun Belt Conference here Friday at Earl K. Long Gym in a 3-0 (30-12, 32-30, 30-28) sweep of the Middle Tennessee Lady Raiders here at E.K. Long Gym

    The win was the sixth in straight sets this season at home for the Cajuns (15-12, 9-4 Sun Belt) over SBC foes and UL remained undefeated at Long Gym this season. It was the Cajuns sixth straight win overall and ninth in the last 10 matches since a 0-3 start in SBC play.

    Senior middle blocker Clarice Laires paced the Cajuns offense with 14 kills and a .500 attack percentage (three errors, 22 attacks). Fellow senior Priscilla Lima led the Cajuns defensive charge with a team-best 12 digs.

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    UL Volleyball UALR Brings Lady Cajuns Season To An End


    MIAMI - For the first time in four years, UL's Lady Cajuns volleyball team failed to advance to the semifinals of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.

    The Lady Cajuns (15-14) were issued an abrupt exit from the 2002 SBC Tournament here Thursday afternoon at Golden Panther Arena as fourth seed Arkanas-Little Rock handed fifth seed Louisiana-Lafayette a 3-1 (30-26, 20-30, 28-30, 22-30) loss in both squads tournament-opening match.

    UL had advanced to the tournament semifinals the past three seasons and defeated UALR 3-1 last season to reach the semis. The Trojans (14-12) returned the favor Thursday. Ironically, in 1998, the last time the Lady Cajuns failed to reach the semifinals, it was UALR who eliminated the Cajuns 3-0.

    Louisiana's season comes to a close and so does the career of seniors and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, natives Clarice Laires and Priscilla Lima.

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  4. UL Volleyball Becky Madden's Volleyball Camp

    University of Louisiana volleyball coach Becky Madden and her assistant Amy Kraljev will be hosting the program's annual summer camps this year in the month of June and August.

    Dates for the camps are as follows:

  5. June 9-12 - 8 a.m. - Noon
    Individual All-Skills Camp (Grades 9-12)

  6. June 9-12 - 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
    Individual All-Skills Camp (Grades 4-8)

  7. August 2-3 -
    Team Camp (varsity, JV, frosh, middle school)

    In addition to Louisiana's coaching staff, the camp staffs will include current and former Ragin' Cajuns players.


    For more information or to receive a camp brochure, please contact the Ragin' Cajuns Volleyball office at 337-482-6327 or email head coach Becky Madden at bsm7985@louisiana.edu.

    Download printable application


  8. UL Volleyball Louisiana Volleyball Summer Camps

    RAGIN' CAJUNS VOLLEYBALL SUMMER CAMPS

    Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns volleyball program will be offering its annual summer camps in June and August.

    Head coach Becky Madden and assistant coach Amy Kraljev along with former players will welcome participants for an All-Skills Camp June 9-12 at Earl K. Long Gym located on West St. Mary Blvd. on the UL campus.

    Grades 9-12 will attend the morning session which takes place from 8 a.m. - Noon. Grades 4-8 are welcome to attend the afternoon session from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.

    Campers will work on all phases of volleyball. This camp will incorporate individual skills, basic offense transition, defensive transition, wash drills and team drills to facilitate the steady improvement in the overall skill level.

    Camp registration is $90 per camper. Fifty percent of the registration fee is due when the registration form is returned.

    The Ragin' Cajuns volleyball team will also be offering a Team Camp to be held the weekend of August 2-3.

    The camp is open to all varsity, JV, freshman and middle school teams for a couple of great days of competition. The Ragin' Cajuns Team Camp will have a tournament-style format designed to give your team the maximum amount of playing time possible prior to the start of the 2003 season.

    The cost is $350 per team (minimum 7 players) and an additional charge of $25 per player will be charged for teams over 10 players. Each team will be responsible for providing its own balls and a coach or designated coach must accompany each team.

    Enrollment is limited so that instructors can pay close attention to the needs of each person. Campers are divided by age/ability to facilitate a positive and challenging experience.

    LOUISIANA SI


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